VolumeBulletin of the Bureau of Standards, Vol. 10, 235-266 (1914) Scientific Paper 209 (S209)
After giving a brief review of previous determinations of the latent heat of fusion of ice, the authors describe in detail their investigation of this constant by two independent calorimetric methods. The first of these is the ordinary method of mixtures, the temperature measurements in which are made by means of sensitive Pt-thermometers, and the corrections inherent in the method very carefully determined; the second is an electrical method, in which the electrical heating serves to reduce the usual calorimetric corrections to an almost negligible quantity by keeping the temperature of the calorimeter near that of its surroundings. The method of procedure was to cool the samples of ice prepared in the form of hollow cylinders containin
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